Locals deal with aftermath of devastating Haiti quake

From Brian Charles:


Like thousands of people in Haiti and the U.S., Azusa Pacific University nursing professor Pamela Cone wondered what became of her family in Port-au-Prince.

“My extended family lives in the city and there is no news on whether they survived,” Cone said.

Born and raised in Haiti by her missionary parents, Cone serves on the board of directors for North Haiti Christian University and travels to the country at least once a year to visit her sister and brother-in-law, who is the president at the college.

Cone’s sister and brother-in-law survived the quake, but there is no word on whether her nieces, nephews and other extended family members made it through the natural disaster.

Cone voice cracked when she thought of the devastation in the country she still calls home.

“Everyone in Haiti is my family,” she said. “My heart grieves for everyone.”

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Twitter updates on Haiti Earthquake

Among the things I’ve read:

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All Hospitals have collapsed and Port Au Prince’s main prison is destroyed – all surviving inmates have escaped. Search and Rescue teams from Los Angeles County and en route to help out.
Here’s a link to a specific Twitter feed http://twitter.com/#search?q=Port-au-Prince
Other links coming.
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